Havre de Grace Chapter 27 Order of the Eastern Star would like to thank everyone who attended the Eastern Star Flapjack breakfast at Applebee's over the weekend. It was a successful event for the chapter.
Mark your calendars to visit the Perryville Farmer's Market every Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. until Oct. 25. The Farmer's Market is at Broad Street and Roundhouse Drive. Local produce: mushrooms, honey, hot and fresh homemade potato chips – made while you wait – candles and homemade scented soaps.
All aboard the Perryville Railroad Museum in the MARC train station. The museum is open on Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free. They have a working HO model layout of the Perryville WYE, numerous railroad artifacts on display, railroad history literature available and a photo gallery of the Pensy, B&O Railroad and other historical pictures. Come on down a see them. All aboard.
Now that summer is almost over Harmony Lodge 53 AF & AM will start with its monthly all-you-can-eat breakfasts. The first will be held on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 7 to 10 a.m. The breakfast is at the lodge on Tome Highway in Port Deposit.
American Legion Post 135 will hold a free music and dancing evening tonight (Friday) from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. The post is at 300 Cherry St. For details call 410-642-2771.
An all-you-can-eat breakfast will be held Sunday, Sept. 1 at The Good Shepherd School, 810 Aiken Ave. Breakfast hours are 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost is $7 for adults, $4 for children 12 and younger and free for 5 and younger.
Hot off the grill on Saturday, Sept. 7 is the Flapjack fundraiser to support St. Paul's Lutheran Church's 2015 National Youth Gathering. Breakfast is served from 8 to 10 a.m. at Applebee's, 991 Beards Hill Road, Aberdeen. Cost $7 per person and $3 for children. Call Eva at the St. Paul's office, 410-272-3111m for more information and tickets. Cost is $7 per person, and $3 for children 10 and younger.
Calling all crafters, St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Aberdeen will hold a holiday bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 7. The bazaar will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you are interested in selling your crafts call Becky at the St. Paul's office, 410-272-3111.
Basket bingo is schedule for Saturday. Doors open at 6 p.m. with bingo starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 and $5 for an extra packet. This event will be held in the Fellowship Hall of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 201 Mount Royal Ave., Aberdeen. Food and drinks will be available for sale. Sponsored by the parents and friends of Boy Scout Troop 802 to benefit the troop.
Cynthia and Nathan London recently returned from a sun and fun week in Ocean City.
Our family – Roger and I, our daughter, Ruth, and grand-daughter, Hannah, son, Roger, and his wife, Sarah, enjoyed a week in Rodanthe, N.C. What a relaxing week we had especially the first day with the girls going for a message and the guys and little Hannah going to the pool. We enjoyed the beach and the pool. Hannah was something else swimming in the pool. Another day we visited all the lighthouses in the Outer Banks. Another day we went to Kitty Hawk to see the Wright Brothers exhibits. Our highlight was when Roger and Sarah showed us pictures from their trip to Ireland. The very last pictures were sonograms!!! Yea, we are going to be grandparents again. Roger and Sarah are going to have a little one. Everyone is happy for them. Hannah told Uncle Roger and Aunt Sarah that they were going to have a little boy. The sex of the baby hasn't been determined yet, buy as they say, out of the mouths of babes.
Mary Lou and Herb Southall had house guests last week. Their granddaughter, Casey Wilson, and her boyfriend, Jason, came to visit. Casey brought her mother's ashes (Joann Wilson) for interment. During their stay they visited with sister-in-law Linda Barton at her home in West Chester, Pa., followed by a visit to the Inner Harbor the following day. On Friday the entire family gathered for a crab feast. Those attending the crab feast were Mary Lou and Herb Southall, Roger and I, Casey and Jason (who ate steamed crabs for the very first time), Shirley and Don Morse and Linda Southall-Barton. On Saturday Roger, Casey, Jason and I went to Lancaster to visit the Amish. Casey, who is from Florida, is interested in the life of the Amish, so we scheduled a trip for her to Lancaster up close and personal.
Walt and Mary Mitchell are sent anniversary wishes Aug. 29.
Hank and Susan Wakefield will celebrate their wedding anniversary on Sept. 4.
Norma Cargo is sent birthday wishes for her Sept. 2 birthday.
Nobeila Meisgeier is wished a very happy Sept. 4 birthday.
Judy Blomquist and JoAnn Marderness are sent happy birthday wishes on their Sept. 6 birthday.
Adam Zeller is wished a very happy Sept. 5 birthday and he is also sent get well wishes .
Isa Belle Phillips is sent happy 3rd birthday wishes on Sept. 4. She is the daughter of Dena and Doug Phillips and grandparents Jim and Joann Roland.
Betty and David Streeter are sent anniversary wishes a little belated from Aug. 26.
Ginger and Ralph Neal are wished a very and belated 30th wedding anniversary. The celebrated their 30th on Aug. 27.
Get well wishes and thinking of you wishes go to Debbie Raynovich, David Holley, Cal McMillion, Cheryl Simms, Gladys Watsic, David Holley, Mildred Martin, Raymond Trott, Cliff Voris, Eleanor Kight, Sharon Pryer, Ken McNeeley, Frankie Garland, Doris Hess, Meryl McLaughlin, Ralph Speakman, Betty McFadden, Betty and Jim Fayer, Bo Sinclair, Georgia Gransky, Helen Wood Bagley, Frances Riale, Marianne and Tom Pryer, June Peddicord, Gertrude Fassell, Dona and Andy Larkins, Bonnie Wagner, Ethel Dill, Pastor Henry Schaefer, Terry Thurman, Leslie Dissek, Stephen Pyle, Vicki Snyder, Jeannie Brison, Bobby Steward, Nancy Quinn, Adam Zeller, Sandy Brooks, Janet and Pastor Neale Wirtanen, Gisela Knapp, Kit Harris, Sharon Todd, Margaret Gosweiler, Wayne Erickson, Pauline Gosweiler, Ed Illick, Rosemary Ronning, June Gangel, Joe Pacifico, Dennis Bolen, Herb Southall, Mary Lou Southall, Bonnie Donoho and Peggy Scholl.
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According to the Cecil Almanac, on Aug. 31, the Water Witch Fire Company of Port Deposit was incorporated in 1822.
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